The PACE Center Announces New Season
Parker Arts has announced the 2018-2019 season, featuring national touring acts like Tracy Byrd and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, hilarious comedy acts like Howie Mandel and Ryan Hamilton, theater performances like The Fully Monty and Tennessee William’s A Streetcar Named Desire and so much more! Whether you want to discover new music with the Uncharted Series or explore the arts with the whole family in the Family Discovery Series, there is something for everyone to enjoy! Tickets go on sale to the public starting on Aug. 1. For more information, call 303.805.6800 or visit ParkerArts.org.
Art in the Park
Art in the Park is back for 2018! This two-day event featuring Colorado-area artists takes place Aug. 25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Aug. 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at O’Brien Park. This family-friendly event is sponsored by the Parker Artists Guild, which is now a part of the Downtown Business Alliance of Parker. This festival includes music, food and activities. Children can enjoy the art stations and explore their creativity free of charge. With everything from photography to pastels to woodworking to glass to pottery, there is bound to be something for every member of the family to appreciate!
PAG was formed in 2001 and has grown to about 200 members this year. The mission of the Parker Artists Guild is to advance the development of fine arts in the community. To accomplish this, the Guild offers instructional demonstrations, workshops and opportunities to promote all forms of fine art. Join them in supporting local artists and bringing more awareness to the community of artists in and around Parker.
Third Annual Parker Brewfest
The third annual Parker Brewfest, presented by the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker, is back this year with more than 40 breweries including local favorites like Downhill Brewing and Barnett & Son Brewery, as well as well-known labels like Avery, Odell and Ska. As a fundraising event, the Parker Brewfest allows the club to provide financial assistance to local charitable and community causes as well as assistance to international projects. The local projects include the Parker Task Force, Project Cure, Douglas County Support Center, Peaceful School and many others.
The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker was charted in June 2006. It is a local community group whose membership and goals are unique to the club and are based on supporting the local community of Parker Colorado and supporting the tenets of Rotary.
The event is being held at O’Brien Park and runs from 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18. VIP admission is sold out for the event, but general admission tickets are still available. GA tickets are $40 in advance and $45 at the door. Please note that no pets are allowed inside the event, you must be 21 to enter and designated drivers enter free with accompanying paid patron.
For more information and tickets, visit ParkerBrewfest.com.
Find, Purchase and Protect
Join the trifecta of home buying knowledge on Sept.15 at the Studio MedSpa. Darlene Tatlow, Krista and John offer a wealth of complimentary knowledge on how to find your dream home within your budget, how to lock in financing and then how the protect your assets to ensure your future security. Join them for a free seminar and snacks at 6 p.m.